WASHINGTON – As tensions escalate between the U.S. and Iran, President Trump issued a warning to the rogue regime’s leaders today. He sent out a tweet with stern words for Ali Khamenei, regarding the country’s threats to continue enriching uranium: “Don’t go all AOC on me.”
The reference to Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC), the know-it-all freshman congresswoman from New York, is gaining new acceptance. In fact, the American Psychiatric Association has recently adopted the phrase as an acceptable way to refer to a patient who is “acting insane, over-reactive, and melodramatic about everything.”
Dr. Tom Harris, a psychiatrist from Baltimore, said he had to use the phrase with a patient the other day. “I had a male patient who was fretting about how unfair he thought the world was, and he was really getting worked up over things. I had to stop him and say, ‘Hey, bro, don’t go all AOC on me.’ Take a deep breath and try to think rationally for a moment.”
“He didn’t appreciate my stopping him, but it did help to lower the tension in the room until his session was over.” Dr. Harris explained that he notices the behavior most often from people who never listen to what comes out of their own mouths to understand how ridiculous they sound.
Iran’s Khamenei did not appreciate Trump’s comparison. “If he is referring to the wacky American bartender politician, we reject his analogy. Trump may not like us, or our nuclear aspirations, but no one is that stupid.”